Bad practices happen to us all. Here’s how the fastest swimmer on the planet adjusts when things aren’t going his way at practice.
Alexander Popov is one of the greatest swimmers of all time. Here’s what you can learn from his relentless pursuit of perfection in practice.
Overcoming a troubled youth, Nelson Diebel stunned the swimming world winning gold in the 100m breaststroke at the Barcelona Olympics.
If it’s big-time success in the pool you want, start by thinking small. Here’s how to get started with mastering the little wins.
Ah yes, the joys of peaking or plateauing! Here’s what swimmers and swim parents need to know about the dreaded age group swimming plateau.
You probably already know how powerful motivational and positive self-talk can be for swimming like a boss. Here’s a way to make your self-talk even stronger.
Here are five things swim coaches can start doing today to help develop swimmers that are mentally tough and who are more likely to enjoy the process.
Mental toughness is a life skill swimmers can use far beyond the lane lines. Here are some ways to supercharge how tough you are between your ears.
How you finish matters. Here’s why you should adopt a mindset of always finishing to the best of your ability at practice and in life.
For the new swim parent, the sport can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, one of your best resources is already in the stands with you.
As pools reopen and practices begin, here are some tips for getting back into the swing of things with your swim training.
Here’s what one of the most successful basketball coaches in NBA history can teach swimmers about the process of achieving excellence.
Jeff Float’s journey to Olympic gold illustrates how the power of the sport is felt greatest in helping young people develop confidence and self-belief.
You don’t learn to enjoy the journey by becoming successful. It’s the opposite. Success comes after you learn to enjoy the process and savor the journey.